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Kung Food is a Welcome Addition to Main Street
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Kung Food is a Welcome Addition to Main Street

Last weekend some friends and I went out to lunch on a mission for some fried chicken.  We originally were planning on going to Nette’s Fried Chicken but unfortunately they were closed, so we had to make a change of plans at the last minute.  So after a quick audible, we went down the street to the newly opened Kung Food (in-between Shango and Ming Cafe), a Japanese/Thai restaurant that’s also serving Bubble Tea.  We walked into the cafe on a Sunday afternoon and found a nice sized crowd.  The owner greeted us immediately and was very friendly throughout our entire meal.  They were excited to see some new faces and were excited to talk about their new restaurant and what they are trying to offer to the downtown area.  They also offered a $1 discount for our orders if we “liked” them on facebook.

The place is relatively tiny and as of right now they have seating for about 20 people (the owner said they were planning on expanding the dining/seating area).  The kitchen is open so while you are waiting for your food you get to watch the entire process.  The cafe definitely feels new and was a bit lacking in decorations but don’t let that stop you from enjoying what they have to offer.

After asking the owner for his recommendation, two people in our party ordered the Kung Food chicken, Alli order the chicken teriyaki (a favorite dish of hers, pictured in gallery) and I tried the Kung Food pork (pictured below).  The “Kung Food” entrees are essentially Japanese style Katsu dishes with very thin pieces of meat that are breaded with panko and then deep fried.  At Kung Food their meat was sliced and then placed on top of rice with potato salad and a side salad.

To read more about our meal at Kung Food and to find out what we thought about their Bubble Tea, click here to read the full article at BuffaloEats.org.

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